Spring door decor doesn't get much cuter than this stuffed birdcage. Nestle fresh tulips or your favorite flower into a vintage birdcage, then adorn with ribbon and pussy willow stems.
The secret to these eye-catching wreaths? Dyed book pages. Instead of tossing an old cookbook or novel, repurpose its pages to create a one-of-a-kind spring decoration. Make wreaths in a variety of sizes, colors, and patterns, then hang in a cluster.
You don't have to go to Oz to find a stunning rainbow. Make this table runner with doilies, watered-down acrylic paint in fresh pastel shades, and decoupage medium. Blot alternating colors of paint onto doilies, overlap, and connect with decoupage. If desired, attach kraft paper for stability.
Fresh herbs add a flavor boost to any dish. And when arranged right, they can double as decor! Stick these cute magnetic planters on your fridge for an instant boost of spring style.
We're all about woodland decor for spring. Add a dash of whimsy to your spring table with hand-painted place settings. Dab name cards with watercolor paint—we used blue and green to mimic grass—then place into sliced birch rounds.
Dress up a store-bought wreath with layers of color. Sporadically wrap medium-weight yarn in a variety of shades around a branch or reed-based wreath. Secure ends with clear-drying glue.
Blooms that last all year? Sign us up. These paper flowers look surprisingly like the real deal, but require zero maintenance. Craft into a wreath, centerpiece, or flower crown.
If you're falling behind on a New Year's resolution, there's still time to catch up. Get organized with a DIY chalkboard wall calendar. Mark and measure a grid with seven columns and five rows. Apply bold paint to the top row, then tint with white as you progress for an ombre effect.
Budget-friendly terra-cotta pots get a luxe makeover with the help of a few simple materials. Swirl blue and green spray paints in water, then dip pots. Fill with your favorite spring blooms for a stylish spring centerpiece.
Turn a rad flea market find into something even cooler with the help of succulents. This DIY monogram wreath combines vintage charm with fresh greens.
Decorating doesn't get much easier than decals—simply peel and stick! We love these romantic butterflies fluttering above a bar cart. Make your own from paper and apply with double-sided tape that's safe for walls.
Don't let your plants get all the attention. Etched patterns, wrapping paper, and geometric lines turn terra-cotta pots from boring to beautiful.
Welcome spring with a trio of bird accessories on an end table or bookshelf. Look for little accents—nests, eggs, birdcages, and flowers—then arrange together for a seasonal look.
Bright dip-dyed tassels add major style to this wall. The DIY calls for only seven materials, and the cord texture makes an eye-catching display.
Freshen up your entry with bright blooms. Color-block a pot by painting it one color, blocking off a section with painters tape, then applying a second coat in a contrasting color. Or wrap and glue rope around a planter before painting a bold stripe.
Air plants make any space instantly chic. Try them hanging from the ceiling, glued to a wreath, or even as part of a chandelier.
Remember that thrift store art you had to have? Give it a style boost by sewing patterns onto the image with embroidery floss. Spray-paint the frame a bright, fun color to give the piece a modern edge.